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Each State's Signature Alcohol

List RulesVote up the signature alcohol that's impossible to miss when you're in the related state.

Recent trends in alcohol have shifted toward IPAs, craft beers, and microbreweries, giving us a whole world of new choices when it comes to getting tipsy.

Like porta potties and pet bedrooms, modern alcohol is fancier than ever, and it's only natural states are taking pride in their local breweries and distilleries. While some of these brands are well known, others may only be familiar to booze enthusiasts—en-booze-iasts, if you will.

Either way, it's pretty neat to see which alcohol your state is known for.

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    Tennessee: Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey

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    Kentucky: Jim Beam

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    Pennsylvania: Yuengling

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    Massachusetts: Samuel Adams

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    Texas: Shiner

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    Wisconsin: Miller Brewing Company

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    Louisiana: Southern Comfort

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    Missouri: Budweiser

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    Hawaii: Kona Brewing Company

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    Michigan: Bell's Brewery

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    Illinois: Goose Island Beer Company

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    Maine: Allagash Brewing Company

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    New Hampshire: Smuttynose Brewing Company

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    Utah: High West Distillery

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    Georgia: Sweetwater Brewing Company

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    Maryland: Flying Dog Brewery

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    New Mexico: Santa Fe Brewing

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    Montana: Big Sky Brewing

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    Minnesota: Grain Belt Beer

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    Florida: Cigar City Brewing

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